Kingston & Wolfe Island Culture Festival (2017) created 64 watermarks.
Lake Ontario Waterkeeper’s vision for a swimmable, drinkable, fishable Lake Ontario began from the shores of Kingston and Wolfe Island. To celebrate the place where it started and the people who made it happen, Lake Ontario Waterkeeper hosted the first Kingston & Wolfe Island Culture Festival to celebrate Great Lakes voices through story and song.

The 7-week festival runs from June 23 - August 12, will explore all Kingston and Wolfe Island Area exemplify and all that the Great Lakes can provide in a swimmable, drinkable, fishable future
Arrowhead Lake, Ontario
Soo Owens
St.Lawrence River, Ontario
René Bornais
St.Lawrence River, Ontario
Debi Wells
Lake Simcoe, Ontario
Lea Westlake
Cronk Lake, Ontario
Heidi Mack
Draper Lake, Ontario
Al Fletcher
Gatineau River, Quebec
Anna Mack-Keyte
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Amy Wilford
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Bridget Way-Brackerbury
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Christina Black
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Cole McIsaac
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Don Wilford
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Eli Westlake
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Erin Kennedy
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Hannah McDonald
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Simon Heaton
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Simone Brechin
Lake Huron, Ontario
Elena Heighton
Lake Huron, Ontario
Mary Huggard
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Annie Leblanc
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Barret Macdonald
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Bruce Mellon
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Emma Mansfield
Lake Ontario, Ontario
Erin Lee